How does Vietnam attract international tourists?

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From the shimmering rice terraces and lofty peaks of the north, down to the rich soils and swaying palms of the south, Vietnam is a country of epic beauty and unique heritage. You can’t experience the Vietnam of today without confronting its harrowing past – this is a country that has emerged from the ashes of war to become one of Asia’s most enchanting destinations; and it is easy to see why. The sublime sight of Halong Bay, the miles of sandy beaches, the imperial heritage, its vibrant cities and friendly locals truly earn Vietnam its ‘compelling’ status. Discover the interesting places to plan your perfect holiday in Vietnam.


The perfect mix of colonial elegance and modernity, Hanoi is one cosmopolitan capital city.

Hanoi is one of Asia’s most atmospheric, energetic and exciting capital cities, with a history stretching back over one thousand years. Vietnam’s capital is characterised by broad tree-lined boulevards, lakes, parks, colonial buildings, elegant squares and some of the newest office blocks and hotels in Southeast Asia.

Hanoi has a wealth of historical sights lying as it does at the heart of a region rich in history and landscapes. The scenery around the city is some of the most attractive in the land. Excursions to the Perfume Pagoda and the temples and caves at Tam Coc are particularly worthwhile. Historical Hanoi offers a myriad of experiences from the past millennium. You can immerse yourself in the bustling Old Town, stroll along the boulevards of the French Quarter and relax by Hoam Kiem Lake. Then you can learn about the modern history of Ho Chi Minh before contemplating it all at the Temple of Literature.

Sapa’s hilltribes

Walk amongst Sapa’s spectacular rice terraces to meet members of the colourful minority hilltribe communities. Sapa is a fascinating destination with a huge amount of charm, especially when local hill-tribe people fill the town with colour. Inherent in the areas prosperity is cultural change for the hill-tribe people. The H’mong people are great traders and although many have had little formal education, all the youngsters have a good command of English, French and a handful of other languages.

Cruising Halong Bay

Drift on emerald waters amongst soaring limestone peaks and islands, taking in the inspirational views. 

With over 2,000 limestone islands and peaks set adrift in calm, emerald waters, Halong Bay is one of Vietnam’s most picturesque panoramas. Weaving your way through it on a traditional wooden junk boat is the only way to truly enjoy it – relax on the sundeck and take in the views and daily life for the people who make their living off the waters. The local legends say that the bay was gouged out of the land by dragons millennia ago - as you drift across the tranquil seas you would be forgiven for thinking yourself in another world, today Halong Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a wealth of caves, grottoes and islands to explore.

Hoi An

A delightful town with a laidback character, Hoi An exudes an old-world charm that’s not to be missed! Vietnamese food is renowned around the world for being one of the world’s healthiest and most flavoursome cuisines. Hoi An, surrounded as it is by fields and fields of delicious produce, there is no better place to learn about the local culinary techniques, create your own dishes and enjoy a five course dinner. Located in the centre of Hoi An Ancient Town, Hai Café has a reputation for excellent food and fun cooking classes. Here you’ll learn about the local ingredients, food preparation, and the Hoi An style of cooking. Make local favourites such as spring rolls, grilled fish in banana leaves and beef salad in a bamboo basket. After the class sit down and dine on your creations

Mekong Delta

Covered with paddy fields and criss-crossed with waterways, the Mekong Delta is one-of-a-kind. Venturing into the Mekong Delta region is to glimpse a whole other side of Vietnam. This area is known as the country’s rice bowl, producing a third of the agricultural output from its rich soil. In this respect it is both incredibly green and lush and intensively farmed, with orchards, paddy fields and sugar-cane groves interspersed with numerous palm tree lined waterways. The region is a whole floating world, with houses, restaurants and markets all on water – taking a little boat through the canals is the best way to explore, waving at farmers and water buffalos as you go.

These destinations are becoming more and more attractive to international visitors when they come here for tourists, who have unique and deep insights into Vietnam. Companion with us to get the most exciting and perfect exploration journey.

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